A Goal missed (Movie review- Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal)

After the failure of his film “No Smoking” at the box office, John Abraham has lot of hopes from his next film “Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal”. Yes, this film is definitely better than “No Smoking” and has some hope for John Abraham. Though, this film may not be a big success for John Abraham but can certainly provide some relief for him. This film is a mixture of interesting and boring scenes. The major worry is that even love angle of John and Bipasha Basu fails in providing any relief to the audience.

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From the name of movie, it looks that this movie is about football game, and it is about football to some extent but number of other things are over mixed in this simple game oriented film like racism. Director of film has tried his best to portray racism as big issue faced by Indian people living in Britain. In the present world when Shilpa Shetty is winning top celebrity show in England and on the other hand, we are making films about extreme racism in Britain then we are making ourselves fool.

Racism is present in every part of world but still there are large numbers of people who oppose racism and support every person irrespective of his colour, cast or religion. Today’s people really want to watch something different and more interesting than racism which is overdosed in this movie. Other weak point of movie is weak storyline which is easily predictable and offer nothing new to the audience.

This film also looks somewhat inspired from the storyline of “Chak De India”. Acting is also average with most of actors including Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani giving an average performance (may be weak script responsible for it). Overall, this is a average film with some entertainment for its audience. Music is also average which further made Goal a weak film.

score- 2.5/5

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